Rob and Jemry are going through the entire filmography of one Hollywood Actor/Creator from start to end. In the first season we are watching the complete works of Arnold Schwarzenegger.*
We review the movies, we review the Arnolds, we address the highlights and the low-lights and we even suggest how we’d do it given the chance.
We cannot stress enough that we are not endorsed by the big man himself.
*We reserve the right to veto cameo appearances, uncredited appearances, or “as himself”.
45 - Schwarzenegger Battle Royale
It's finally here, the first annual Arnold Schwarzenegger Battle Royale! Marvel as all 44 previous Arnold Schwarzenegger characters are sorted into categories and forced to fight to the death in a tournament scenario. Can Mr. Freeze overcome Handsome Stranger? Will the T-800 Terminator defeat the T-850 one? And who exactly is Bar Patron?
44 - Terminator: Dark Fate
Our podcast's coverage of Arnold Schwarzenegger films almost comes to an end in the penultimate episode of season 1. Joined by Nick Mason, we cover Arnold's latest theatrical release, Terminator: Dark Fate, and review what we have learned so far, which admittedly isn't much.
Recorded in late 2019 in a lead up to the Arnold Schwarzenegger Battle Royale, this episode features book smarts, stunt doubles and murder victims, along with an aging robot that's learned how to feel.
43 - Aftermath
Joined by Avery Hutley, the podcast watches the Scoot McNairy film Aftermath and then, in the Aftermath of that traumatic event, discusses cinema sound calibration, air traffic control protocol, and the merits of military training from a long, long time ago.
Oh, and the film itself.
42 - Killing Gunther
Randy Adeva returns to the podcast for a record third time to discuss the extended SNL sketch that is Taran Killam's Killing Gunther. As with most other episodes of the podcast, Arnold Schwarzenegger makes an appearance in the film we're discussing, and is arguably the best part.
Our fight to the death this week finally enters the MCU™, as The Hulk™ takes on a brain surgeon, an ice skater and a dancing clown who may or may not be named Chubbs™.
41 - Maggie
Joined by Katherine Allan of Well, Actually, the podcast reviews Maggie, the dramatic turn by Arnold Schwarzenegger that mostly features him standing around and brooding.
40 - Terminator Genisys
Erin Michelle joins the podcast this week for Terminator Genisys, a film that doesn't ever give an explanation its portmanteau title, or any of its plot, really. Jai Courtney, Emilia Clarke and Jason Clarke all hide their natural accents and join Arnold Schwarzenegger to portray less iconic versions of characters you've seen in better terminator films.
You can check out both Erin and Jemry in Pretty Good Lineup, on the 6th – 19th of April at the 2020 Melbourne International Comedy Festival.